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16 September 2019

Why the accountancy profession attracts young talents with Arjan Brouwer

In this interview, Arjan Brouwer, member of our Corporate Reporting Policy Group looks into what makes the accountancy profession so unique.

Innovation, diversity, challenge and public interest are key elements that attract young talents.

This new generation of young professionals and their judgment is crucial for the future of the profession. Watch his full intervention below:

 

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